Small Business IT Support

If you own a small business, it can be tough to know when to enlist expert help. But the right IT services partner can not only ensure your cyber security and small business IT support, but also enable it for future growth. Often small businesses think they are too small to consider outsourcing IT services.…

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Office Closed, Services Always Open

As the holiday season approaches, we at Intrust IT just want to remind you that our services are always open. While our offices will be closed for the holiday on December 25 and January 1, you can still access our services as you always do and we’ll take care of any issues as your agreement…

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Dave Hatter Talks Password Managers With Money Magazine

Dave Hatter is no stranger to interviews. He’s done hundreds of local on-air TV and radio segments as a subject matter expert in cyber security. We love Dave’s passion for helping people understand these complex issues and how they impact their daily lives. This month, you can also find Dave’s insight in Money Magazine discussing…

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Chinese Network Equipment Ban

The battle to ban Chinese network equipment and Chinese IT equipment is ongoing and not likely to be resolved quickly. As of the moment, there is a ban in place but it is being challenged by some states and the legal process can take years. So what does that mean for your business? What Is…

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Employee-Owned (ESOP)

Intrust IT is an employee-owned company, through an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). But it didn’t begin that way. The ESOP was implemented in 2019 as part of an eight year plan that began in 2012. Our founder, Tim Rettig as well as his father, Jay Rettig, were recently interviewed by the Leading With Courage…

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Office Move Planning for IT

As a managed IT services provider, we’ve moved countless offices with little to no interruption in the flow of their business. Here are some office move planning for IT tips to help with your next office move. Moving from one place to another is a scary thought, especially for a business. There are so many…

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Employees Buy Workplaces Through Business Legacy Fund

The American dream has hit an ownership speed bump… The small business owner who built his company over 30+ years wants to retire, but employees are not able to raise the capital to buy the business. Too often, this ends in businesses closing, workers losing jobs and communities losing both. This process has accelerated during…

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Microsoft 2010 Support Ends For Office

The end of support for Microsoft Office 2010 is looming (October 13, 2020) and the end of life for two more products are closing in. The end of support for SharePoint 2010 and Project Server 2010 in April 2021. But it doesn’t have to be the end of the world (or even a big hassle)…

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Disaster Recovery Time RTO & RPO

If you are like many small business executives, you don’t know what your RTO or RPO are for your business — at least according to a recent article in Small Business Trends. Learn what these mean for your disaster recovery time and business continuity. What are RTO and RPO? RTO stands for recovery time objective…

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